martin, caught up to mr. martin, there was an exchange or, you know, something happened like that. nothing happened like that. mr. martin, according to his family's attorney, was on the phone with a girlfriend who said -- who's on tape saying trayvon said, no, no, i'm not going to run. i'm not going to run like that. i'm going to walk real slow. to me walk real slow when you're sneaking up on people, if he really were so close to his home, mr. martin had a choice that night, piers. he could have, and i believe should have gone home. >> well, robert, a lot of choices -- >> he's not on the neighborhood watch, my brother is. he's looking out for his neighbors. this is the reality of where he lives. you or i may not live in places where our homes were broken into. >> you did say earlier your brother wasn't in a neighborhood watch capacity. now you say that he was. >> no, he wasn't in the capacity. that doesn't mean that's absent from his mind as an objective reality. he knows that his neighborhood is less safe because of crime.